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The identity of the Ten Commandments Killer is revealed in this non-climactic episode, in which religious smugness is not only the raison d'être, it's the clever little secret theme you should've gleaned already.
Is the Countess scary? Unsettling, even? Only if you have a real problem when people over accessorize.
"Everything's chaos," John says, the best thing Wes Bentley says in tonight's episode and a good preview of coming events.
This episode was created by the Snooz down in Snoozeville.
In a show full of ghosts and monsters, John becomes the most truly haunted character on the show. The supernatural and the psychological collude to tear him apart and guide him toward the darkest recesses of human consciousness and behavior.
The timeline doesn't make all that much sense: in true AHS style, the writers seem to have come to the conclusion that Lowe was the killer only after having written the first couple of episodes.
If you didn't like the last [AHS] episode... you're probably really going to hate this one. Not only is it an extended flashback sequence, it's focused on one of the least interesting characters in the show.
The show basically dumped a sleeping bag full of breadcrumbs leading to [its] revelation. Which worked out okay I'd say.
This episode is, by far, my favorite yet.
The latest edition of Hotel is pretty much a woeful watch. At least, with the Ten Commandments killer reveal over, the show can move into its pre-Christmas finale with a fresh focus.
My chief complaint is that this reveal feels like a lead balloon instead of a fun twist. It could've been better written than this. Way better.
While this season of American Horror Story has been a big ol' filthy mess, I do love me some Evan Peters as Mr. March.